Seniors Jacque Davis and Rebecca Medeiros each placed third in their respective divisions for the Menlo College women's wrestling team Saturday in the inaugural Lady Oaks Cultural Exchange at Haynes-Prim Pavilion.
Sophomore Sherry Sabado and freshman Michelle Jimenez each placed third in their respective pools while freshman Chanelle Alarcon took home a fourth place mark.
Prospective recruits Cheyenne Youngblood recorded a first place finish while Sam Klingel and Sarah Bollinger placed second and third respectively.
"It was really great to see the Lady Oaks work on new techniques they've been practicing," Menlo coach Marcie VanDusen said. "They wrestled really smart and as a whole we had a successful event with every team planning to return next year."
The annual Cardinal-White scrimmage, marking the end of spring practice, will be held at Kezar Stadium, for the second straight year, on April 9.
The Menlo College baseball team had its Sunday doubleheader with host Simpson University rained out. The Oaks split a pair of games with the Red Hawks on Saturday, winning, 6-4, and then losing, 6-4.
Simpson will visit Menlo on Friday for a doubleheader, beginning at 1 p.m.
Kyer Vega pitched six innings to pick up the win in the first game. He allowed a run on nine hits, walking two and striking out three. Chris Mazza, who had two hits and drove in five runs, pitched a scoreless ninth for the save.
Joel Hull added three hits and Colin Forgey and Coleman Cox each had two for the Oaks (12-9), who are scheduled to meet visiting Patten University in a noon doubleheader Saturday.
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